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    April 17, 2013
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at4 starts now. >> good morning our top story this morning. law enforcement agencies are putting with the public to come forward with photographs, videos or any information that might help them solve the bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 170 at monday's boston marathon off. >> it has been two days
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since the bomb attacks. we're learning more about the victims' and devices used by the bombers. >> emily schmidt is joining us live from boston with an update on the investigation. >> he was never sat or down he was happy and cheerful and ready to go. he was just all around a wonderful kid. >> and boston university graduate student from china were also killed in the blast. >> investigators a not sure whether the attack which came with no warning was foreign or domestic. >> at this time there are no claims of responsibility. the range of suspects and motives remains wide open. >> the fbi began piecing together what caused the blast analyzing debris from the bomb. >> among items recovered are pieces of black nylon which could be from a back pack
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and what appear to be fragments of bbs and nails possibly contained in a pressure cooker device. >> no matter who was responsible boston residents are refusing to let this attack define their city. >> terrorism is about creating fear in changing the way you live. >> we will not do that. i refuse to do it! >> president obama has been receiving briefings especially over night on this incident. however, he will come to boston tomorrow for an interfaith prayer service scheduled for tomorrow morning. reporting live in boston. i am emily schmidt n. >> a bay area boy was at the site of the marathon is scheduled to undergo another surgery today. he was wounded in the blast. 11 year-old asron hern of cortines, was along the raise route, cheering on his
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mother at the time of the explosion. his grandmother is shocked at what has happened to her grandson. >> it is heartbreaking that you have to go places and not be comfortable that we're going to be safe. we're trying to make the best of it and put our faith in our government. i hope president obama will take care of this. >> he is a bright, happy, very athletic. he plays football, baseball, basketball. he does really very well in school. >> aaron is in stable condition although he is in the intensive care unit. the family will stand boston for least another weekeries. >> teachers and students at his school are looking into how can help the family. >> the city of martinez is a close-knit community. and when word without that one of their own, the hern family became victims of the boston marathon attack. they
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sprung into action. >> the owners of the roxx restaurant on main street held a fund raiser dinner that was supported and promoted by the restaurant. >> people from all around martinez community cannot support the family off and to enjoy the meal. >> the owners of the roxx restaurants say they stopped counting meals, was hit about 150 people. >> they were a very community oriented people we wanted to do something to help. >> how has it been? it looks pretty good pretty good it was phenomenal. we sold out. we had to shut the door. i could not have plans for anything as successful. >> cortinewe will have more coverage of the boston marathon bombings and the latest on the investigation brought the morning.
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>> led a quick check of weather. >> we are halfway through the week. it is still breezy out there erica. >> yes james. >> fairfield we're seeing wind up to 20 mi. an hour. >> over all clear star to the morning. mild conditions. >> originally the national weather service to discuss issuing a frost advisory for the national interior valleys. into the afternoon breeze conditions will persist however, temperatures will be slightly warmer. when approaching from the northeast and temperatures between 60s and low seventies. >> later tonight expect clear conditions. we are back into the 50s and 60s. >> currently navato 48. >> 66 for vallejo low 50s and concord. >> future cast 4 shows by '6lunchtime we will see 60s. >> 8:00 p.m. tonight some of our warm spots will stay in the '60s, expect 50s
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everywhere else. >> afternoon highs in downtown san francisco 66. >> 71 for concord. 74 in antioch. we're talking upper 60s for hayward and fremont. 72 sunnyvale. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows pretty nice conditions. gradually more conditions will continue. we will kick it up a notch each and every day. a string of sunshine not a raindrop in sight. >> sunday into monday warmest inland communities could climb into the '80s. beating will continue with a lot of sunshine as we start the next work weeks. >> traffic around the bay area doing all right no hot spots or delays. here is a live look outside at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. very quiet for this time of morning. we are seeing hardly any traffic coming from the 880 approach. >> san mateo bridge looking good in both directions of
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highway 92. the drive 12-13 minutes. >> south bound 101, a handful of cars working of the north bay into san francisco. >> no wait at the toll plaza. no incidents to report and we're seeing green on the road way censors coming out of the north bay. >> thank you erica. five teenagers are in custody this morning for the murder of a bay area paramedic killed in the oakland hills earlier this month. police said the suspects have been charged with killing each in t quinn boyer . o pd says there was only one personal pull the trigger, but all five are being charged with homicide, robbery, and carjacking. investigators say this is an isolated incident. all the teenagers involved are between 14 and 16 years old and lived in oakland. police recovered the car involved in the murder two days after it happen but they're still looking for the murder weapon.
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>> young men and women find it easy and comfortable to point a gun and pull the trigger. that is intolerable and will not be accepted. >> now it is up to the district attorney to decide whether all five teenagers will be charged as adults. >> the time ms. 4:07. we will take a quick break on the kron 4 morning news a live look outside on this wednesday morning on the golden gate bridge. we're looking for more sunshine and even warmer temperatures for today. more details on your forecast a little bit later.
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>> we are back 4:10 is the time for. >> three teenage boys appear in juvenile court for his engineering yesterday's. they are accused of alleged sexual battery and cyber boeing of 15 year-old girl audrey potds. there is no comment from attorneys from the pott family, nor the
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three suspects before or after the hearing at juvenile hall yesterday morning in san jose. the boys were arrested last week at saratoga high school, in connection with the september 2012 incident the assault allegedly occurred at a house party, after she passed out from drinking, according to our attorney. a week later, audrey committed suicide when the lewd photograph of her prodigiwere digitally passed among their classmates. a county prosecutor also declined to comment about the case positively but did allied with court is considering as it decides whether to release the boys of custody. >> they have a stable home but consider whether the minor is going to school, are they truant, what type of stability they have. the court will consider all the factors in making a decision and determining whether they should remain in juvenile hall pending the case. >> on monday, the pott
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family and their attorney addressed the media calling for the defendants to be tried in open court, as adults. a decision on that could take up to a month. >> a bipartisan drive to expand background checks on gun is in trouble this morning. today, the senate plan to vote on the proposal. but a growing number of republicans are voicing their opposition to the measure. so unless supporters of the bill concern owes around the measure sure to be defeated. a survey done this month shows a 49 percent of americans favor strict gun- control. that is down from the 58% in january just after the shooting in new town, conn. >> president obama is urging the senate to move quickly on a comprehensive immigration overall drafted by a bipartisan group of senators. obamas says the bill is a compromise measure that nobody will get everything he wants, including him. but he says it is largely consistent
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with his own principles for immigration reform. the center's plans to formally introduce the bill tuesday after months of behind-the- scenes negotiations. it would create a 13 year pact to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants in the u.s. illegally, but only after steps taken to secure the border. it would also remake the nation's legal immigration system. >> a live look on this wednesday. at the bay bridge toll plaza. clear skies this morning. your weather is coming up just after the break.
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>> good morning everyone. welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. >> the time is 415 and a mild start the weather center was talking about issuing a frost advisory for our interior valleys. temperatures will dip into the '30's but we are actually waking up to '40's and low 50s.
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>> hayward it fifties out the door. tickets start trending 10-15 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. >>--temperatures are trending. >> mid '70s in cupertino. seventies in the east bay. temperatures will be warmer than what we experienced yesterday. >> antioch 74. upper 60s for san leandro. dixie's for downtown san francisco. 72 in napa. >> satellite and radar picture shows dry conditions of the bay area. again, most of us waking up to clear skies. we do have breezy conditions in spot along the coastline and for inland spots like fairfield. the wind will shift. they will die down heading into the afternoon. although it will be breezy at times, sunshine and pleasant conditions will persist. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights gradually warmer weather. we will continue to kick it up a notch. tech out sunday to
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monday. temperatures climbing into the mid-80s. >> upper seventies low '80s a brown the bay. mid to upper 60s along the coast. >> will continue to look at your extended forecast coming up in a couple of minutes. >> meantime, the traffic center quiet. it is a good time to leave your house. looking outside here is the bay bridge is traffic a little heavier than 10 minutes ago. >> still no way to pay gates. >> this and tell bridge traffic moving well in both directions. shaping up to the relatively typical commute. >> south bound 101 tracking a lot of space between cars. >> of you taking the east shore freeway drive under 12 minutes from hercules to berkeley. >> was down 24 a clear shot for the caldecott tunnel into account macarthur maize. in is a 2 a no problems. interstate 280 looking good. >> james.
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>> thank you erica. >> a mixed the terror that unfolded in boston, there were many acts of bravery as well. after bombs exploded, quick action by first responders and average people undoubtedly saved many lives. kron fours charles clifford has look at video showing how people helped one another. >> come to help out with the raise. there are also a few people running the marathon watching from the stands. >> video of the explosions have been played over and over. if you keep watching you can see the first responders rushing toward the chaos. they're trying to help the wounded and dying. here you can see people in banking and pulling only fallen fence trying to reach the wounded seconds after the first explosion a second bomb went off down the street. >> once again you could see people running toward the the danger even though they have no idea what is happening. >> in all 183 people were injured. three have died. many survivors are crediting
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their survival to the first responders whom they do not even know. >> in the newsroom charles clifford kron 4 news. >> u.s. senator roger wicker is targeted with a letter that tested positive for potentially deadly poison. and all of tested positive for ricin . it was addressed to the mississippi senator. the letter was intercepted at an off site screening center on capitol hill. senator weicker and his staff are ok. he has been given a protective detail. ricin is a highly toxic substance. at present about the size of the head of a pen can kill adult. >> a deadly meningitis
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strain is killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is stripped out into contact. meningitis caused swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles health authorities held a press conference yesterday saying that the two men recently contract of bacterial meningitis or both at a gathering of thousand gay men in palm springs. they're offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are at risk. >> pat summerall, a football player turned legendary play-by-play announcer, died tuesday at age 82 of cardiac arrest in dallas, texas. summerall and a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player in that hall of fame broadcaster on cbs and fox. is final broadcast with john madden was 2002 superbowl. is broadcast 16 superbowl of more than any
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other announcer in he had a column boys alongside john adams booms and bangs. he became the voice of the nfl in the 1970's and 80's calling police signature games. >> the san francisco 49ers to host the local pro day on today. and a big name will be in attendance. nate montana, the son of former 49ers hall of famer joe montana. the young montana will the chance to show off what in do. something no one has seen in his college career. it was a backup that is that our daughter, another day it ended up attending n.c.a.a. division 2 school west virginia wesleyan college. there appeared in nine games and thre2040 and threw for 2,480 yds and 19 touchdowns. we will be back with more here on the kron 41 in news.
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>> good morning at 423 a live look at the golden gate bridge. we're seeing clear conditions. originally the national weather service issued a frost advisory for our north bay interior valleys. that has since been canceled because temperatures are ashley trending between 10 and 15 degrees warmer than actually trending between 10-15 degrees more than yesterday's. >> a very nice day ahead of us plenty of sunshine with temperatures climbing into the seventies. >> tomorrow we will continue with gradually warmer weather, a dry pattern. extended forecast shows one condition sunday to monday. climbing into the mid-80s. 51 in concord. 57 for downtown san francisco. with fifties and oakland. san mateo and have
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long day. miles out there and clear. just a bit breezy along the coastline. following the numbers in to the afternoon you will notice lows '60s for places like daly city in half moon bay. low seventies for oakland and san mateo. >> mid-70s for fairfield, antioch. sai73 in pleasanton. >> dry conditions but we're dealing with the belize. it will shift in push east. the wind will continue to die down into the afternoon. following your extended forecast nothing but sunshine. clear days ahead of us temperatures continued to climb. thursday and friday is warm but wait until we can pare it will have a full break down on your extended forecast i will bring in that sunday a round the bay coming up and just a minute. >> anny . britain's iron lady is being laid to rest this morning the level of pompou and protest reflecting
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her status as the commanding political figure. world leaders and dignitaries from 170 countries are attending the funeral of former british prime minister margaret thatcher today. it is expected to be in a lavish affair with full military honors and a service at st. paul's cathedral and london. the queen and a husband prince philip will be among the mourners, who include 11 prime ministers from around the world, a former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. thatcher died last week after suffering a stroke. she is 87. >> when we come back we'll have the latest on the investigation into the boston marathon bombings. as far as we know the bombs were made in a pressure cooker and had shrapnel and ball bearings and all of that inside of it. are we any closer to finding out
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who set the bums'? we will update you on the investigation coming up in just a few minutes--who said the bombs.
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>> welcome back. the time is 428. the motive remains a mystery this morning federal agents are zeroing in on how the boston marathon bombings were carried out. >> federal agents know the method used. fbi says a pressure cooker and a black bag or part of the bombs. what we know this morning three people are confirmed dead killed in the blast. more than 180 people were injured after an explosion ripped through the crowded finish line on monday. it is still not known who was behind the deadly attack and whether they are foreign or domestic terrorist and why they did it. >> president obama plans to visit boston to attend and
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interest paid service in honor of the victims'. >> as the investigation in the attack continues. we're learning more about the victims. martin richard and crystal campbell were killed in the explosion. a graduate student from china by but her name is not been released. ed payne has more on the story. >> they came to the boston marathon to cheer on the runners of lost their lives on two bombs exploded near the finish line leaving those in the devastated. patty campbell talked about her daughter crystal. >> everyone that knew her loved her. she loved her dog. >> last night hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the youngest beckhvictim martin richard.
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>> if he was never sat or down he was happy and cheerful and ready to go. he was all around a wonderful kid. it is unfortunate it had to happen to him as a young age. >> at boston university graduate student from china was killed in the blast. our parents had asked the chinese consulate not to name her. >> in addition to these victims more than 170 people were injured in the blast. this was hit by shrapnel. >> i saw a little hole in my side. then i noticed there was a hole in my sweatshirt and had gone through. they did an ultrasound on the in the lobby and that is when they realized it was something inside and took me for x-rays. >> investigators said they found part of a pressure cooker used in the blast. if they still have a suspect. >> i am ed payne reporting. >> president obama will
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visit boston on thursday to attend an interfaith service for victims. he explained large force and is working hard to determine who carry out the attack. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act. given what we know that took place the fbi is investigating as an act of terrorism. >> investigators are trying to determine if the attack was the work of domestic or international terrorist. we will let you know as soon as we find out more. >> the time is 432. here's a look at your forecast with erica. >> good morning anny . temperatures will be warmer than yesterday's we will see seventies. we will see frost in the north bay with temperatures in the '30's. we are a lot more than 24 hours ago. downtown san francisco 57. mid-50s in san carlos. it is well to our
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north man is in no county where temperatures are registering close to freezing perry following futurecast 4 by 12 everyone is in the '60s. we will get to seventies closer to your afternoon highs. by 8:00 p.m. continue to advance the clock. santa rosa, san raphael, in fairfield and perhaps allow the delta temperatures will keep in the '60s expect 50s everyone else. afternoon highs 70 redwood city. 69 in fremont. plenty of seventies in the east bay. walnut creek 7269 for castro valley. danville 73. we will see low seventies for berkeley and oakland. mid-60's for downtown san francisco. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights a string of sunshine. warm weather ahead of a spirit by saturday and the next several days we will see '80s inland. upper seventies around the bay in mid to
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upper 60s along the coast. >> in the meantime in the traffic center a good time to leave the house. around midnight chp issued a wind advisory for the bay bridge ride. the wind has died down since then. but could still be gusty at times. hold on to your steering wheel to keep a firm grip on it. making your way across the upper deck. >> the san mateo bridge good to go no accidents to report. >> south bound 101 come out of marin county and is the ride with a drive and under 23 minutes out of novato into the city. >> james. >> thank you erica. >> preteen boys appear in juvenile court for detention hearing yesterday they are accused in the alleged sexual battery and the cyber boeing of audrey pots the comments from attorneys or the family of audrey. >> the boys were arrested at
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saratoga high school in connection with his " incident. the assault allegedly occurred at a house party after pottd passed out from drinking. >> a week later she committed suicide when photographs of her were digitally passed among our classmates. >> on monday the pot famt family and their attorney addressed the the media calling defense be tried in open court, as adults. >> they consider the home situation of the minor. the consider whether the minor is going to school are they truant, what type of stability they have. the court will consider all these factors that make a decision and determining whether they should remain in juvenile hall pending the case. >> >> the family addressed the media with their attorney
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calling the defense be tried in open court as adults. that decision could take up to a month. >> vandalism incidents in san jose appear to be connected. at&t announced a $250,000 reward for a formation that will lead to an arrest a suspect or suspects response overcutting at&t fiber-optic cables. >> this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. it shows that pg&e substation of metcalf road which was started by government of before 2:00 to the morningg.
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>> santa clara county sheriff's laurie smith says just prior to that someone cut at&t fiber optic cables affecting 911 emergency phone service in the south bay. an oil leak caused by the gunfire, has been contained by pg&e, meanwhile santa clara county's handling of our nc phone service for affected at&t customers. >> a federal appeals court is apparent here arguments on whether a law that prohibits liza's mental health professionals from offering their peace amand at making gay and lesbian teenagers straight mile is the civil rights of practitioners and parents. opponents say the man infringes on their free speech, freedom of association the religious right. supporters said proposition is necessary to protect minors from practice
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as the question by major mental health professional associations. >> american airlines is promising to run a normal operations today after worldwide technology meltdown left thousand passengers stranded yesterday. kron fours mike pelton is live from sfo with an update this morning. >> take a look at some of the video you can see long lines and a lot of canceled flights. a computer failure forced the airline to ground all flights frosfor several hours. the problem was fixed yesterday afternoon because they big back up and passengers unhappy. >> at this point i am waiting and i can't to the counter to find out what can be done. they said we're working on--i came to the counter >> everyone is just dealing with it. it is late. i cannot fight it. i cannot do
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anything about it. >> what did later cancelled? >> it was delayed. probably another for five hours. >> we do have calls into the airport to the manager they will be able to tell us the status of the american airline flights at sfo. when we get the update will pass along. i can tell you by walking to the terminal looking at the flight boards it appears that a lot of the american airline flights are on time this morning. want to chicago and went to boston it look like they are 45 minutes delayed. >> back to you. you have to work backlog for passengers who cannot fly yesterday. thank you might hear it will take a quick break and come back with more headlines in just a moment.
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>> we are back. checking wall street this morning. futures trading at the moment shows negative trading right now. across the major indexes. a strong report on housing good quarterly earnings from
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several major companies helped stock market rebound after its worst day of the year on monday. here's a look at how they finished up. the dow up 158. close at 14,756. >> the nasdaq rose 40. closing at 3002 of its 64. the s and p climbed to two. closing at 1574. >> we will be watching wall street to see where the numbers: the opening bell rings at 630 this morning. >> facebook has updated its iphone and ipad applications to let people keep using its chat feature even when they're doing other things, such as reading france updates. facebook says that is bringing it chat head feature to its apple apps . it is called sad head because france profile photographs pop up when they send you a message very sad head is part of a broader integration that facebook is doing with a new home app
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on some of running google android operating system. >> as americans rush to donate to the victims' on monday's boston marathon bombing, a watchdog groups are warning of potential on line scanners already looking to profit from the tragedy. within hours of the bombing, dozens of website domain names reference in the bombing or registered. to avoid being scanned, experts caution dollars should look first at the low status national or regional charities were promoting relief efforts. also most states require charities to register with a sedative for soliciting for donations. >> and the weather. a little really uncalled for some. we have a nice warm up to look for to heading into the back half of the week into the weekend. we have erica with a full look at your forecast coming
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>> welcome back. the time this 4:45. >> top stories were following on this morning. law-enforcement agencies are asking the public to come forward with photographs, videos, and any information that might help them solve the bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 170 at monday's boston marathon. investigators have circulated informations about the bombs, which were kitchen pressure cookers packed with explosives, nails and shrapnel. >> president obama will visit boston on tomorrow to attend an interfaith service for the victims'. the president says law enforcement is working hard to determine who carry out the attack. >> let us an update on the forecast. we're getting more into the week. >> hey erica. we are talking seventies. most locations in the low seventies. a clear mild start to the morning.
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>> last night the national weather service was discussing the possibility of a frost advisory for the interior valleys. temperatures are trending between 10 and 15 degrees warmer than yesterday's. it is very mild. a lot of fifties to go around. the fifties will turn into '60s and '70s by later today. >> focusing on temperatures. 51 in concord. mid '40's for santa rosa. one of the core spots. >> downtown san francisco 57. mid-50s down the peninsula. >> future cast 4 highlights of o'clock. '60s for just about everyone pushing in closer to your afternoon high, 3:00 p.m. will start to see yellow appear on the screen indicating where the low seventies will occur. plenty of sunshine very little on the web cloud cover. by 8:00 p.m. we continue to push the clock into motion, '60s for the north bay and fifties everywhere else. breaking down your afternoon highs upper 60s low seventies in the south bay.
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>> fremont 6975 for cupertino. 71 a san jose. >> plenty of seventies in the day antioch 74. 72 and walnut creek. >> bid '60s for downtown san francisco. low seventies for berkeley and oakland. kron 47 day around they forecast highlights very pleasant forecast a string of sunshine. will turn up a notch. temperatures in the aid is for your inland spots by saturday. mid '80s sunday into monday. no rain drops in sight. we continue with pretty warm springlike conditions even after we start the next work weeks. >> in the traffic center. no hot spots. again, we have a residual high wind advisory at the bay bridge. this was issued by the chp at midnight. the wind has died down since. it is pretty gusty in spots. keep in mind as you come out of the east bay into san francisco. >> or to the san mateo
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bridge no delays getting to the bridge down and it freeway. once at the approach itself how no way to the toll plaza. >> traffic doing fine on the right-hand side of your screen. traffic working out toward foster city. >> south bound 101, despite overnight road work nothing unusual to report. >> turning to the traffic maps all is well for the nimitz freeway. no problem for interstate 580. take a look at southbound 680 a lot of green on the road way censors as you were closer to the 580 /680 interchange. >> thank you erica the time is 449. >> millions of people are reacting to the terror attack in boston on line and for social networks. our tech reporter gabe slate has been monitoring the web and brings us a latest there if i have seen incredible video, pictures, and
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movement spreading to the web. here's a look at what is treading on line. >> if this video is going viral made me gasp when i saw it. it was uploaded by a runner wearing a head mounted video camera. he gave a look at the explosion of a runner the point of view. beatin >> sports illustrated is making waves. overnight they decided to completely change this week's magazine is to focus on the materror attack. >> this shows three police officers in shock after the blast stand anding over a runner after he was blown to the ground. >> one of the more popular ones was where a race shirt today. asking people to wear a shirt from any public race or marathon they had in their closet. another
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movement, a student at boston college organizing any bid for those who did not complete to the event. they are encouraging runners and supporters to walk from the college to downtown boston on friday april 19th to stand united. more than 14,000 people have committed to attend. >> you have probably heard and 8 year-old boy was killed this is him his name was martin richard. bothered bill posted this picture and a message. the post is on bar on twitter and facebook. martin is hold the piece of art he held a school no more hurting people peace. his father as the we honor his memory by seeking peace. gabe slate kron 4 news. ♪ spher the newand new york yankes
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honored the victims' of the boston marathon bombings by playing sweet caroline last night at the bottom of the third inning at yankee stadium. it is a tradition of the takes place at fenway park. at every home game is played in the middle of the eighth inning. after the tribune last night, a little silence was also held for the victims of the bombings. the oakland a's in houston astros to join the fun they also play the song during the eighth inning off of their game. >> meanwhile, another moment of silence was held during the red sox game last night. they play the cleveland indians at cleveland. the red sox defeated the indians last night 7 to 2. the red sox return of the fenway park on friday where there will face the kansas city's citic royals. >> the outside lance music
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and arts festival organizers announced in the lineup for this year's event. how paul mccartney, the red hot chili peppers, 9 in. nails, and phoenix are among the red liners. >> if this is video from last year's festival. the three day event runs from august 9th through 11th in san francisco golden gate park. other artists include willie nelson, kaskade and john oates . demolition tickets for this year's festival on sale tomorrow. >> we will be back with more on the
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>> good morning everyone. welcome back to the kron 4 morning news. a live look from our roof camera. clear skies over san francisco. temperatures tent as 50 degrees warmer than two to four hours ago. >>--10-15 degrees warmer than yesterday's. >> 43 currently in walnut
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creek. following the numbers into the afternoon. hayward 48. we will see 60s and low seventies. >> we will be warmer compared to yesterday's. breezy conditions will start to die down. we will see when approaching from the north. 69 and hayward. mid- 60's for downtown san francisco. >> pleasanton 73. low seventies expected in livermore. for those of you heading to the a's game at 0.co . first bid at 1235. plenty of sunshine temperatures in the mid-60s. very nice weather but a wind approaching from the north at 13 m.p.h.. >> looking ahead nothing with sunshine no rain in sight. temperatures will continue to climb. if you think friday is warm wait until you to the weekend. i will talk about the '80s we're expecting coming up in just a couple of minutes. >> back to you james.
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>> thank you erica. >> much ahead of the kron 4 morning news. we continue to follow latest out of boston as this morning three are dead and more than 170 are injured. we will have an update from boston, coming up. the number could be slightly higher. >> plus american airlines passengers continue to deal with delays and cancellations as a nationwide shutdown affects tens of thousands of people. >> if the airline promises to run " a near normal operations today. they're going to find a way to get everyone stranded yesterday and today. will have the latest out oakland. charges against five teenagers are expect to be filed with the district attorney today in the death of a south bay paramedic. more on that story coming up in just a minute.
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 5 starts now. >> our top story this morning. law enforcement agencies are pleading with the public to come forward with photos, videos or information they might have to help them solve the bombings that killed three people and wounded more than 170 at monday's boston marathon. more on the investigation as we continue our coverage. >> and we're getting a look at the second bomb that exploded at the marathon on monday. details on that part of the terror attack coming up. >> has been two days since the bomb attacks at the boston marathon. we're learning more about the victims and the devices that cause the terrace. emily s chmidt is joining us with the latest from boston. >> the fbi is coming through surveillance video. this mystery remains wide open.
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boston is morning three people came to the marathon to cheer on the runners and lost their lives. >> it is horrible. to hear it you get choked up. to see and hear what happened as a watch on television. >> last night hunters gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the youngest victim martin richard. love once remember him as a sweet and compassionate voice. he was never sat or down he was happy and cheerful. it was ready to go he was just all around a wonderful kid. >> a boston university graduate student from china and 29 year-old crystal campbell were killed in the blast. investigators and not sure if the attack which came with the warning was foreign or domestic. >> at this time there is no claims of responsibility. the rights of suspects and motives remains wide open. the investigators are analyzing debris from the bomb to determine what caused the investigation.
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what appear to be fragments, bbs, and nails contained in a pressure cooker device was a discovered. no matter who responsible boston residents refuse to let this attack define their city. >> terrorism is about creating fear in making you changed the way you live. we will not do that. i refuse to do it! >> president obama will be leaving washington to come to boston tomorrow. he is scheduled to come to a morning interfaith prayer service to honor the 183 people injured and three people killed on monday. >> reporting live in boston. ibm emily schmidt . >> as investigators pore over the scene we have pictures showing the second bomb right before it went off. this is courtesy of w.h. the age. it was seconds
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thed h. >> if it is not clear if the second one that exploded 100 yds down about 10 seconds after the first one was also a pressure cooker packed with nails and ball bearings. investigators are still trying to determine that. cnn reporting moments ago that the lid of a pressure cooker was found on the roof of a building on the street in boston. images here from hdh. on what appears to be the second explosive before it went off. >> a bay area boy, woman and a marathon bombing, is scheduled to undergo another surgery today. 11 year-old
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aaron hern of cortines, was near the finish line, carry on his mother was running in the race, when he was caught in one of the blast. it is that condition in intensive care unit. his grandmother said she is shocked to learn what happened to our grandson. >> aaron is wonderful he is a bright happy, athletic kid there if he plays football, baseball, basketball. he does very well in school. aaron is in stable condition and is in the intensive care unit. the family will stay in boston for another week for follow-up surgeries. teachers and students at his middle school are looking into how they could help the family. >> 504 is the time. >> the city of cortines is a close-knit community. when word got out that one of their own became a victim of
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the boston marathon attacked a sprung into action. the owners of the roxx restaurant held a fund raiser dinner. that was supported and promoted by the restaurant. people from all around martinez came out support camera family and to enjoy the meal. for the owners of the restaurant say they stopped counting meals it hit about 150 people. >> my grandchildren go to school with them. that our community oriented we wanted to do something to help. >> how was the turnout? it looks pretty good. >> it was phenomenal we actually sold out. we have to shut the door. i could not have planned for anything as successful. >> all of the food for the event was donated and all the money raised will be given to the it hern family for their medical and travel expenses. >> @ developing story in the kron 4 morning news. arrested been made in the murder of a bay area paramedic who was driving in the oakland hills. five
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arrest, all boys under the age of 16. will tran live at police headquarters with more on the story. >> here is what is new this morning the prosecutors will decide whether or not to file charges against them as jewels or as adults. we do know the charges will happen sometime this morning. here's a picture of the off- duty paramedical was shot on apple second. his name quinn boyer . his funeral services were held yesterday's. he was an oakland in the process of taking his dad to the hospital when all of a sudden a car pulls up next to him and fired several shots. here is video of the same. he loses control of the car and crashes into a ravine. a police officers converged to the area and searched for hours for the suspect or were unable to locate them. there was hard work by the investigators that there were able to make
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the first arrest on monday and by talking to that suspect there were able to make the additional four arrest. >> the oakland police department for passing a lot of things to be years and now are seeing a new trend as far as and oakland. here's the police chief talking about that. >> the young men and women are finding it very easy, very comfortable to point a gun at someone will trigger. that is just intolerable and will not be accepted. >> also, mark they have not been able to locate the murder weapon but say they have strong leads. as far as the five teenagers they're not calling them gang members they simply say they like to take out a thank-you for the update. we will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues.
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>> we're back to incidents of vandalism appear to be connected. >> at&t announced a two and
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injured $50,000 reward formation that will lead to the suspect or suspects of the cutting of at&t fiber optic cables. we have video from our helicopter partnership with abc video. it shows the pg&e substation on metcalf road which was started by gunman just before 2:00 tuesday morning. santa clara county sheriff laurie smith says just prior to that someone cut a at&t fiber-optic cable affecting 911 emergency phone service in the south bay. an oil leak caused by the gunfire, has been contained by pg&e. meanwhile, santa clara county's handling cards he phone service for affected at&t customers. >> all lanes of highway 101 in san rafeal are open this morning after a pedestrian was killed after being struck by two cars. it happened last night near the
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junction of north san pedro road and highway 101 around 830. the victim was walking along the freeway and stepped out in front of an oncoming car and fell onto the road. a second car then struck the victim in the road and fled the scene. the victim identiy is not been released, was pronounced dead at the scene. >> we will be back with you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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>> we are back. one of the big stories concern to american airlines. american airlines is promising to run a near normal operations a day after a worldwide technology meltdown led thousand passengers stranded yesterday. kron fours mike pelton is live from as at all with an update on the latest. >> the airport duty manager says cross your fingers. at this point it looks like american airlines is fully recovered that most of their flights are on a time this morning. this follows a terrible travel they for a
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lot of passengers. take a look at the video. long lines and canceled flights. the computer failure forced the airline to ground all flights for several hours. the airline blames the reservation system for the problem. it was fixed yesterday afternoon but got a big backup that is why some passengers got here very early this morning. >> my flight was scheduled for 6 05. now it is 645 it was delayed more than 30 minutes. >> it could be a long they like >> yes. that flight is going to chicago. the delay because the weather in the midwest. it appears at this point good news for american airlines. most of their plight or all their flights are going out on time. dozens of passengers were not taking any chances they got here early before the ticket agents . they
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wanted to make sure there were first in line to deal with any problems. at this point it should be a typical travel they hear it as at all. >> back to you james. >> good news for people flying today. but thousand passengers on flight center data were canceled. they have to be rebuilt wherever their space. it is going to take them quite some time to get where they're going. >> weather here in san francisco instead of say, in oakland at the airport will not be the factor. >> how does things look? >> it looks pretty good darya. advisory was posted for the interior valleys, a frost advisory. debitors now trending 10-15 degrees warmer. there were 48. it is kind of went along the coast. 12 mi. an hour when for half moon bay and of force of 20 in fairfield. when will continue but they will start to die down to
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the afternoon hours. the wind will turn more normally. there will be warmer and temperatures for climb into the seventies. i will show you than a second. >> futurecast 4 was to show your lunchtime. '60s everywhere indicated by the green on your screen. the ultra land that is where was the seventies. >> put in the clock into motion a p.m. tonight. a mixed bag of the upper 50s and lows '60s. >> your afternoon highs again, it will be warmer than yesterday's. yesterday no seventies. but today plenty of 70 in the south bay. cupertino 75 there is 72 and sunnyvale. turning to the east bay walnut creek 72. 69 for castro valley. >> plenty of low seventies for petaluma, novato. mid- 60's for downtown san francisco. cool conditions it will be pretty sunny in ocean beach. lows 60s. 67 in alameda. >> i want to talk about
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satellite and radar we're seeing dry conditions over our entire area. we will continue with a dry pattern looking at your extended forecast. not a raindrop in sight. good conditions if you're heading to zero. co. >> this is a day-to-dy game. >> pitched at 1235. >> thank you erica. >> quiet start to the morning no hot spots. no major problems here it chp with a few minor incidents. >> the bay bridge westbound, an easy ride with light traffic on the approach and on the span. the san mateo bridge is also a problem free. take a look at our live camera. the first day in many that we have not seen the changeable message sign activated.
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>> the golden gate bridge, 101 southbound light with no delays either north or south bound. >> while, there is slow traffic in antioch on high way for the rest of the northern east bay looks good. 580 westbound slows the altamonte. >> san jose freeways look good 280, 101 looks good. >> an update on public transit. no problems here if you are riding bart, caltrans and the peninsula. h train of the central valley looks good and the muni metro was reported delay free so far. >> thank you george. >> following a couple of developing stories. first britain's iron lady is being laid to rest with the level of pop and protest reflecting her status as a commanding political figure. world leaders and dignitaries from 170 countries are attending the funeral of former british
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prime minister margaret thatcher today. it is expect to be a collaborative there with full military honors and a service at st. paul's cathedral and london. the queen and her husband prince philip will be among the mourners, who include 11 prime ministers for a round the world, a former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and former u.s. vice president dick cheney. thatcher died last weeks after suffering a stroke. >> a scare on capitol hill. someone sent a letter to a mississippi republican senator roger wicker that contained a deadly poison. the senator and his staff are ok. the letter was intercepted at an off site screening center. investigators say it tested positive for ricin. a highly toxic substance. >> there was no return address on the letter but it was postmarked from memphis tennessee. center wicker is been assigned a protective detail. >> deadly meningitis strain
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has killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is spread through intimate contact. meningitis caused swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles health authorities held a press conference saying to men who recently contract a bacterial meningitis were both at a gathering of thousands of gay men in palm springs. they're offering free vaccines in west hollywood anyone thinks they are at risk or have a recent debt exposure. >> police determined that a tv station in hollywood bomb threat was a hoax. the lapd says someone called 911 to say they were going to detonate three devices on the north side of the ktla . about 800 ktla workers were evacuated. a bomb squad,
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using bomb sniffing dogs, searched the area but nothing was found, and all clear was given about two hours after the call. the incident just come one day after the boston marathon attack. >> we will be back with more news in just a minute and have a check of the market as well. [ birds chirping ]
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>> keeping our eyes on wall street in the kron 4 morning a down day today. the opening bell at 630. what a day yesterday about 158. . the dow fell to under 65 on monday. we're starting to see larger swings in the market. a strong report on housing. good quarterly earnings for major companies help the stock market rebound. the dow jones of wanted to dig for its close at 14,007 and 56. the nasdaq rose 48. closing at 3000 to about 64. ya hoo try to turn around with marissa mayer at the
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helm. the overall revenue for the quarter was lower than expected. we're seeing yahoo shares around 2% lower in pre-market trading. we could see a big drop but the start up early trading. will bring the opening bell and an hour. >> thank you james barrett at 526. americans are rushing to donate to the victims of monday's boston marathon bombing. watchdog groups and one of potential on lance cameras already looking to profit from the tragedy. within hours of the bombing, does a website the main danger of is in the bombings were registered. to avoid being scanned, c chief executive officer of charity navigators' says dollars shall look for that will establish national or regional charities or promoting relief efforts. also most states require charities register with the state agency before soliciting for donations. freeware before you donate. >> 527 thank for waking up with kron 4 morning news
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will how all the t developing new she need including whether traffic. take a live look at our james lick camera showing traffic of the james lick in san francisco is nice and light. visibility is good. we're heading for a one of later in the week.
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>> 530 is the time. as the investigation into the attack at the boston marathon continues. we're learning more about the victims'. 8 year-old martin richard dent was nine year- old crystal campbell, at a chinese graduate student lu lingzi for killed in the explosions. 29 year-old crystal campbell was standing near the finish line when the bombs exploded. our mother pat campbell cannot stop sobbing as she talked about how one for the honor was. >> he was a wonderful
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person. (crying) everyone that knew her loved her. she loved her dog. she was all smiles you could not ask for a better daughter. i cannot believe this is happening. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this does not make any sense. >> several boston area public safety unions are offered at $50,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the attacks. >> president obama this is boston today to attend an interfaith service for the victims of the explosion. explained law-enforcement working hard to determine who carry out the attacks. >> this was a heinous and a cowardly act. and given what we now know about what took place the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism.
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>> three people were killed and more than 170 people injured in monday's attack. >> we're also following the latest in the bay area with the bay bridge the bolts . the defect bolts . for jackie sissel is live from treasure island with an update on what we have learned so far. >> good morning james. there are real questions coming out in a report in the san francisco chronicle if there is a report that says as early as 2008 these defective bolts could have been detected. they say it came from the san francisco chronicle. they say in 2008 engineers from caltrans ordered that contractor syson of ohio to test the bolt s. as we know of a bolts as long as 17 ft. long were ultimately put in the bridge without being tested. a third of them, 33 of the 96 votes that went into the
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bay bridge openly cracked-- bolt s that went into the bay bridge alternately cracked. why were they not tested before they were with him? >> caltran has raised questions about lows bilts . that will be going forward. other questions include what is the fix? >> engineers are still working to determine what they can do to fix the bolts . they are in place now. what is the fix? will this affect the opening day. it is supposed to open on labor day of this year. now there are questions from officials wondering whether or not that they will be met. the new information today is as far back as 2008 there were concerns about of a bolts and were not tested. the caltrans engineers said they needed to be tested. >> that is a good question. why was that has not done? >> thank you jackie we will wait to see what comes out of that investigation. >> in the meantime, and a ban on weather and traffic
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starting with the forecast. >> erica, good morning. >> good morning james were starting with a live look of the golden gate bridge. clear conditions around bay area in fact, temperatures are all the mild side. we are waking up the '40's and '50's around of bay. it is still breezy and spots. we are talking the coast line and our inland areas places like fairfield. the wind will die down into the afternoon. expect temperatures to climb into the seventies. gradual warm weather for the rest of the week even into the weekend. i will talk about when will see a is coming up in my next report. george. >> before get a quick commute check let me alert you to the fact that we're getting word of a stalled a.c. transit bus on the nimitz freeway in oakland. this could be northbound 880 broadway where we may have the two right have lanes blocked. if so, we're looking at a potential hot spots. chp is talking about issuing gave lsig alert for
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the nearest northbound a broadway. >> in the meantime the rest of the east bay looks fine as ever interstate 580 in high way 4. south bay the peninsula and the north bay freeways look fine. baseball was at broadway and oakland on the nimitz. >> thank you george we are following this developing story the hunt has been on for the killers of the bay area paramedics shot while driving his car and oakland hills. now arrest had been made. five boys. kron 4 will tran is live. >> the boy range from 14 to 16 years old. the first made the arrest on monday one suspect and fairly that one suspect continue to talk and they were able to make the arrest, the four of the arrest on tuesday. here is pictures of the off-duty
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paramedics his name is quinn boyer . he was in the process of taking his father's a doctor. here is video of the car parked at a stop sign a car pulled up and shoots him. he loses control and crash into a ravine. there were not able to find five teenagers. but through tips and hard work investigators there were able to do so. once they made the arrest they were disturbed because they are seeing a new trend happening in oakland. here is the police chief talking about that. >> the young men and women are finding it very easy very comparable to point a gun at someone and pull the trigger. that is just intolerable and will not be accepted. >> they believe there was one shooter and the four others played certain roles. the prosecutors will file charges to day. how they plan to file charges is still up to them. whether as
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a juvenile or adult. they're not calling the guys gang members is people like to hang out together. >> back to you. thank you for the update darya. >> three teenage boys are accused of the sexual battery inside burbling of the 15 year old girl named audrey of pott appear in juvenile court for a detention hearing yesterday. the boys were arrested last week in connection with the september 2012 incident. according t the attorney for the opott pott family is alleged assault happen that a house party and a week later, audrey committed suicide after learning that naked photos of our were being distributed among upper-class maize. >> county prosecutor declined to comment about the case specifically, but did allied with the court is considering. as to decide whether to release the boys from custody.
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>> juvenile justice judge will consider the nature of the crime whether it is a serious or violent crime as enumerated by the california state legislature. they also consider the holmes a choice of the minor. if they have a stable home. they consider whether they are going to school are they true. what type of stability they have an the court will consider all these factors and make a decision finding in determining whether they should remain in july of all pending the case. >> on monday, but pott family and their attorney addressed the media calling for the defendants to be tried in open court, as adults. a decision on that could be a 2 a month. will take a break more coming up in just a minute.
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boston marathon bombing. this photo of an unidentified person standing on rooftop of boston building during the bombing spared curiosity on twitter. >> a college student took the fall after the two explosions. he was about 200 ft. from the finish line when the second explosion went off and the ground shook beneath him. in the fall, fire and a cloud of smoke can be seen near the finish line where the second bomb went off. in the upper left-hand side of the total, a man can be seen atop a building nearby the explosion. this individual has not been identified and there's no indication that he had anything to do with the incident. >> a canadian woman has handed footage over to federal investigators that shows a group of people on a roof directly above the finish line blast scene. there are still photos on
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the three men, shot from a drone in the lenox hotel across the street about two minutes after the explosion, shows what appears to be three figures in dark clothing moving on a roof of a charles mark hotel, from the back to the front, then retreated. >> here is a live look from our roof cam in downtown san francisco. we will be warming up as we head into the end of the week. >> we will be right back. deliver good news.s.
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get ge5% cas ch back at restaurs when you y use your chase freedom card this quarter. what?? actiacvate your 5% cash back at chase.com/freedom >> welcome back. the time is by 40 5:00 a.m.. top stories we're following for you on this tuesday morning. law enforcement agencies are asking with the public to come forth with photos,
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videos, in any information that might help them solve the bombing that killed three people and wounded more the 170 at monday's boston marathon. investigators have circulated information about the bombs, which were kitchen pressure cookers packed with explosives, and nails and sharpnel. >> president obama will visit boston on to mars within an interfaith service for the victims. the president says claude force is working hard to determine who carried out this attack. >> traffic is backed up about three-quarters of a mile. this is adding more time to your 880 ride. this is a very big concern if they're not able to get this fixed quickly. in the
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meantime, the bridge looks good and that is the only incident of concern. there are no backups or delays. the metering lights have not been activated. the volume is up a little bit but no problems are across the span. 1 01 southbound is still an easy commute to and from marin county. there are no problems on 1 01 on the southbound side. >> i want to start off with a live look from the james lick freeway. the conditions are clear but this is drop the entire area. arisen the, the national weather service issued a frost advisory. any thought that the temperatures would be in the 30's for the north but that is not the case. the temperatures are between 10 to 15 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. places like fairfield will see plenty of sunshine and yes, and warmer
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weather is and have to know. it will be gradually of warmer weather or around the bay area. if you're leaving your house on to workers will check out the current conditions. check out vallejo is sitting at 61 degree spirit future cast 4 is tracking the temperatures drop the day and you can see by noon all the green will be pretty mild conditions. >> afternoon highs when the yellow fields and will be the 70's. it will continue by 8:00 p.m. tonight you're out and about it will be a good mixture of '50s and '60s. mountain view will be at 71 and 72 for sunbelt. we will see plenty of 70's today. walnut creek will be a 72 and 734 danville. mid to upper 60s for downtown san francisco. satellite and
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radar shows dry and clear conditions over the bay area and that we do have winds to talk about. the winds will start to die down and we will continue to see breezy conditions later on tonight. terms of your conditions you could expect a gradual warming conditions. plenty of sunshine and it as for sunday and monday. >> the outside lands music and arts festival organizers are now in the line for this year's event. paul mccartney, the red hot chili peppers, 9-inch nails, and phoenix are among the headliners. it is a three day event from august 9th through august 11th. the
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general admission for these tickets will go on sale tomorrow at noon. this puts ticket alert concert will sellout. >> here's a look at your sports. the cleveland indians were taken on the boston red sox. arrests sox beat them seven to two. the san francisco giants will play the brewers the bottom of the sec can't he had a
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solo shot. it was over 15 straight innings. bottom of the third there was-best of your is one of nine to three. they sent 12 batters. when he started the game the giants had won 16 games straight. this now comes to when end because they lost. >> the astros were in town. bottom of the fence the score is t2 poto 2.. and-and
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donaldsojosh that'll son scott s one to the right-field corner, rick ankiel cannot handle it. riddick scores, one of a franchise at time three triples for the a's tonight they win four to three.
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>> the time is 5:56 a.m.. we have cool weather today. we have a great looking weekend ahead. >> pat summerall the football player turned legendary play-by-play announcer, died tuesday at the age of 82, of cardiac arrest in dallas. somesu
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mmerall spend a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player and then hall of fame broadcaster. his final broadcast with john madden was the 2002 super bowl. his broadcasts 16 super bowls, more than any other announcer and he was of the, the boys along side matins " boone's " and " banks ".maddee of the nfl and the 1970's and 1980's, calling most of the least signature games. >> coming up on the kron 4 morning news spirit we continue to follow the latest with the news out of boston as a the morning 3
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are dead and more than zero hundred and 70 are injured. we will have an update from boston, coming up. if we're also fall on the latest out oakland. if charges against five teams are expected to be filed with a district attorney today in the guldeath of a bay area paramedic. >> american airlines passengers continue to deal with delays and cancellations as a nationwide shutdown affects tens of thousands of people. the airline promises to run " near normal operations today. we will have an update coming up.
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